“Sixty Strut Tensegrity Sphere,” a nine foot diameter sculpture made of stainless steel tubing and wire by R. Buckminister Fuller, hangs in the Engineering Centers Building atrium. (Photo by: Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)

Partnerships

The University of Wisconsin-Madison and its partners with the Regional Materials and Manufacturing Network (RM2N) welcome opportunities to work with industrial collaborators. Our network offers expertise in various materials science areas. Learn more about the Regional Materials & Manufacturing Network.

If you have questions, or need more information, please contact us via e-mail or phone (608) 265-5879.

The RM2N has a searchable index of materials science experts here.

 

 photo above: “Sixty Strut Tensegrity Sphere,” a nine foot diameter sculpture made of stainless steel tubing and wire by R. Buckminister Fuller, hangs in the Engineering Centers Building atrium. (Photo by: Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)